The Hands That Made the Meal: What the Supper Says About Ordinary Work – Marshall Segal

Many of us today take for granted the hard work of making bread. Each week, we simply grab our pre-baked, pre-cut, mass-produced loaf and roll along to the next aisle…

How to Live Fearlessly – John Piper

How can Christians live fearlessly? Replace the fear of man with the fear of God. Fear man — live fearfully. Fear God — live fearlessly. Listen Now Read More Desiring…

Wallpaper: When the Bible is Truly Taught

“When the Bible is truly taught then the voice of God is truly heard.” — Alistair Begg Click Below to Download your Image: Apple Devices:iPadsiPhones Other Devices:Android PhonesAmazon FireMicrosoft Surface…

Doubt: A Personal History – Scott Hubbard

Tucked away in my computer files is a little document named “What to Do with Doubt.” A remnant from a darker time. The document was a note to self, an…

Take Your Wife in Holiness — Not a Brother’s: 1 Thessalonians 4:3–8, Part 1 – John Piper

Sexual purity is more a matter of knowing God than of following a prescribed list of dos and don’ts. Watch Now Read More Desiring God

The Bitter Splinters of Marburg: How the Table Split Luther and Zwingli – Michael A.G. Haykin

A few years ago, while I was leading a group of Christians touring various Reformation sites along the Rhine in Switzerland, Germany, and the Netherlands, our tour group took a…

I Want to Be Baptized — My Husband Opposes It – John Piper

Godly submission does not require that a woman do everything her husband says. Before she is a wife who submits to her husband, she is a Christian who submits to…

Our Children Need to See Weakness – Vaneetha Rendall Risner

“Would you please, please come with me? I really want you to be there. All the other moms are going.” My daughter was pleading with me to volunteer at field…

Apostle, Comforter, and Champion: 1 Thessalonians 4:1–2, Part 2 – John Piper

We all need comforters who commend us for our faithfulness and champions who challenge us to greater heights. Watch Now Read More Desiring God

A Word for the Anxious

History, philosophy, and theology all testify that fear and anxiety have always been a significant part of the human experience. Nevertheless, the word anxiety has a contemporary ring to it.…